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Spotlight: How To Train Girls’ Respect Groups Teen Leaders

Looking for a teen great volunteer opportunity? GRG wants you!! The heart and soul of Girls’ Respect Groups are our wonderful teen leaders. Your kind heart, life experience, and leadership skills can make a big difference to middle school girls. Sharing your experience with preteens, “What I wish I’d known in 6th grade”, you can really …

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Bullying & Respect: What’s the Connection?

Respect is a foundational issue, especially for teens, who are at a formative time for self-concept. We need to develop a healthy balance of respect for self and respect for others. And while our focus is on children and teens, much of this applies directly to adults too. How Are Bullying And Respect Related? The longer …

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Self-Respect For Children: What Is It?

These are the essentials of self-respect for kids (applies to adults too!): I have a realistic sense of my strengths and weaknesses. I accept myself the way I am right now, with imperfections. I’m entitled to be treated with respect, by myself and others, just because I’m a human being. I feel worthy of respect …

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Respect Stories

We are always excited when GRG members, teachers and parents share their respect stories with us.  Whether it’s about how you showed respect for others or yourself or how GRG has affected you or someone you know, we want to hear about it!  Here are a few of the great stories we have received: “Girls’ …

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